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Under what circumstances would a QDRO be used
Ask a hundred people on the streets what a qualified domestic relations order (or QDRO) is and probably all one hundred will stare at you
Where Do I Get a QDRO Form
If you are considering a divorce or are in the process of one, you may have heard of the term QDRO or Qualified Domestic Relations
What if my ex never filed a QDRO
When a couple divorces, it can be a complicated and emotionally charged process. One important part of the divorce process is the Qualified Domestic Relations
What is a Joinder in California Divorce And Does My Retirement Plan Require One?
Getting divorced in California can be a complex process, with both state and federal laws governing the division of marital property, including retirement accounts. One
5 Things You Didn’t Know a QDRO Could Do
A Qualified Domestic Relations Order (QDRO) can be a powerful tool to help manage the division of marital assets and debts in divorce proceedings. Although
Pension Appraiser? QDRO Lawyers? Consultants? What’s the Difference?
Making decisions about retirement plans can be complicated and there are a number of consultants and professionals that claim to be able to prepare retirement
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